Johnson, Zolman and the team are more than a year into their experiments, which they collectively call Project Blueprint. This includes strict guidelines for Johnson’s diet (1,977 vegan calories a day), exercise (an hour a day, high-intensity three times a week) and sleep (at the same time every night, after two hours wearing glasses that block blue light). In the interest of fine-tuning this program, Johnson constantly monitors his vital signs. Each month, he also endures dozens of medical procedures, some quite extreme and painful, then measures their results with additional blood tests, MRIs, ultrasounds and colonoscopies.
- Amazon has partnered with the Bengaluru-based cargo airline Quikjet to launch its maiden air freight service in the country
- Amazon, which is utilizing the Boeing 737-800 for the service, said it will initially use Amazon Air to deliver goods in Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bengaluru.
- Amazon calls its air freight service Amazon Air, but confusingly still uses the Prime Air moniker on the plane even as the latter unit now looks at drone deliveries
- Amazon India uses its own services for delivery of around 80-85% of orders and has opened up its delivery arm to others sellers.
The specimen is the largest-known fossilized flower found preserved in amber, with petals stretching across 28 millimeters (1.1 inches) making it three times the size of existing recorded specimens. It’s believed to have blossomed some time around 38 to 33.9 million years ago in the Baltic forests of northern Europe.
Walter De Silva himself explains how the car got its name. “It represents hedonism taken to the extreme, it is a car without compromises, in a word: egoista (selfish).” Lamborghini filed to register a trademark for the name Egoista in 2015 – two years after the one-off concept made its debut.
American foulbrood disease poses a challenge for beekeepers as it is highly contagious and has no cure. The only treatment method requires burning the colony of infected bees along with the hives and equipment and treating nearby colonies with antibiotics. The new vaccine contains inactive bacteria that causes American foulbrood disease, Paenibacillus larvae, according to Dalan Animal health. The bacteria are incorporated into royal jelly feed given by worker bees to the queen bee, which then ingests the feed and keeps some of the vaccine in her ovaries, according to the biotech firm, which specialises in insect health and immunology.